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930 Turbo Carrera

One owner & same address from new. I think this jewel deserves a bit more than a polish. Completely unmodified, it runs! 1977 California car.
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Hello Joe, can you tell me if the car is for sale and provide additional information ie service history, photos and asking price?

I own a small pre-owned Porsche business here in Ontario.

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Old 11-07-2011, 05:18 PM
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Hello Joe, can you tell me if the car is for sale and provide additional information ie service history, photos and asking price?

I own a small pre-owned Porsche business here in Ontario.

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Mike, send me an e-mail as below.
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I will be in LA this weekend. My favorite color!
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One owner & same address from new. I think this jewel deserves a bit more than a polish. Completely unmodified, it runs! 1977 California car.
mate had the 1st 930 to come into Australia,with no rear whale deck.
and that full leather dash pad,gee could it take the leather hide food.
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Old 11-07-2011, 09:30 PM
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+1.....GREAT color on an icon, what's not to love?
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Ive owned 2 of these iconic 3 liter cars. In fact one of them was one of the USA prototypes, 0014, the oak green car.
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the early 3.o litre cars are so under valued for what they are.
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Are that era 930s as hard to drive as legend tells it?
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Are that era 930s as hard to drive as legend tells it?
930's are awsesome!

Just make sure you hang on when the turbo kicks in! Known for some lag but I aint complainin'!
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They're easy to drive........after 15 minutes of practice
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the early 3.o litre cars are so under valued for what they are.
Indeed. Purity of purpose, the original concept, just 4 speeds, everything you need and nothing you dont.
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just what lake was the blue car parked in ???
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just what lake was the blue car parked in ???
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Indeed. Purity of purpose, the original concept, just 4 speeds, everything you need and nothing you dont.
try finding one without a sunroof, foglamps, headlamp washer, power windows, power mirrors or console in the usa.... i would have taken an extra gear in place of those any day.

there is plenty of stuff 930 came with that you dont need. 930 were heavily laden with luxury junk that weighed it up especially in the later intercooler models

they are addicting to drive and the earliest sans the chunky wing ones are the prettiest imo
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try finding one without a sunroof, foglamps, headlamp washer, power windows, power mirrors
But I need all that stuff Single mirror is all I need though..
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But I need all that stuff Single mirror is all I need though..
lol, you dont even need wipers or a heater in your neck of the woods...

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PS, i hope the blue car is saved without turning it to some sort of pseudo RSR wannabe. there are enough of those out there already
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try finding one without a sunroof, foglamps, headlamp washer, power windows, power mirrors or console in the usa....
A few years ago, a seller on Mobile.de had a car with no sunroof, leather and a.c. !!!

Most of the cars imported into the USA, as new cars, were loaded up with soft luxury accessories.


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the early 3.o litre cars are so under valued for what they are.
Over-production is the only reason, a perfect car is not priced in-line, with the typical Countach and Boxer models, of the day.

In addition, the model does require significant mechanical upkeep.

A factory 'unmodified' M506 factory slantnose car, is under-valued when you take into account the low production#'s, performance, and curb appeal. The unmodified special wishes cars, are quite scarce.

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Nice looking car with a difficult to find livery.
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So fast he burned the paint off...
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